I know many readers will be interested in the following.
R. G. Price (whose book I recently wrote about) has posted thoughts on the relationship between academic consensus and the question of the historicity of Jesus: Academic consensus is important, but it’s not always right.
His discussion segues into another related page, On the Origin of Jesus by Means of Mythical Propagation.
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